Message From The CEO
What to Expect Upon Admission
Patient Rights, Privacy, and Safety
Access to Medical Records
Case Management/Discharge Planning
Telephone, Television, Internet Access
- Generally, visiting hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. We realize that these hours may not be convenient for family members and friends who work during the day however, so we make every attempt to be as flexible as possible to accommodate our guests.
- Vibra Hospital’s front entrance is locked after 6 p.m. Please use our North entrance when visiting after hours.
- The North entrance is also locked after 8 p.m. Please press the buzzer at the North entrance door for access after 8 p.m.
- Children are welcome to visit and can certainly be a highlight to a patient’s day. As a reminder, we are an acute care hospital that treats medically ill patients so we do ask that parents monitor the age, number of children visiting, and the noise level.
Pet Visitation Policy
- While we understand the bond that exists between pets and their owners, we must closely monitor pet access to the hospital due to the potential for health hazards and/or disruption in patient care.
- Service animals are those that are specifically trained to assist people with disabilities, and are currently the only pets regularly allowed in specific areas within Vibra Hospital.
- Arrangements for service animal visits must be made by the partner/handler prior to visitation. The partner/handler must be in full control of the animal at all times and is solely responsible for the animal’s care and supervision during the visit. Arrangements for visits can be made with the Director of Nurses for Vibra Hospital, the Administrator on Call, or the Administrator for Vista View Care Center.
- Under special circumstances, patient visitation with their personal pet (non-service animal) may be arranged to occur on hospital grounds outside of the building. Requests for pet visitation must be discussed with the patient’s Case Manager or Director of Nursing. Pet visits must take into consideration the patient’s condition, feasibility of transporting patient outside and availability of staff to accompany the patient if needed.